Injuries reported in shooting at Pennsylvania judge’s office
MASONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A Fayette County official says at least five people have been injured in a shooting outside of a judge’s office in Pennsylvania.
The Fayette County 911 center supervisor says a coroner has been called to the scene and four people were taken to the hospital.
Masontown Mayor Toni Petrus says one of her police officers received non-life-threatening injuries in the shooting that happened about 2 p.m. Wednesday at the office of District Judge Daniel Shimshock in Masontown, about 60 miles south of Pittsburgh.
The supervisor says two victims were flown to a West Virginia hospital by helicopter and another was taken by ambulance. The police officer was being treated for hand injuries at a local hospital.
Messages left with law enforcement and county officials were not immediately returned Wednesday.